When it’s cold outside, cats and dogs do this




This is Mrs Tweetie Pie. I had spotted her before during the first Covid lockdown (the one that started on 23 March 2020) and was finally able to grab her on; I think it was the end of May. She had lost about 50% of her feathers by then, but was still flying. She had an infection, which I treated (but which may have left some internal scar tissue). She also has a minor handicap, however, that I wasn’t able to remedy and it meant that she has some trouble feeding herself. She can’t manage, for example, corn kernels or large sunflower seeds and needs to eat from a ramekin dish as she can’t easily pick up seeds from hard surfaces.



To get into the wintry festive season mood…

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